File this under "when it rains...." On Sunday, the day after David Beckham announced he was ahead of schedule in his Achilles rehab and would return to the Galaxy this year, Thierry Henry (right) declared he'd move to the Red Bulls after playing for France in the World Cup. Bienvenue, ami!
Rafael Nadal (right) captured his record 18th Masters title—one more than Andre Agassi—in espléndido fashion: He won at home, in the Madrid Masters; he beat Roger Federer (against whom he's 14--7) in the final; and he ran his 2010 mark on clay to 15--0.
LATOS LIVES THE DREAM
Four days after Dallas Braden's perfecto, the Padres' Mat Latos (right) came within a too-hot-to-handle comebacker of matching it. He also knocked in the game's only run. Earlier, having giant fun with Giants fans, he chucked a ball out of AT&T Park.
Lost in the Hubbub after LeBron and the Cavs crumbled: the Celtics' killer D. In the clinching Game 6 the C's flustered the King into 8-of-21 shooting and nine turnovers. In Game 1 of the East finals, they held the Magic to 88 points, a two-month low for Orlando.